Meet the Bookseller: Gina!

Continuing the bookseller series with today's guest: GINA! Gina is one of our amazing Inventory Managers, and she's always got some creative project up her sleeve, coming up with a million display ideas, and looking for different ways to help her fellow BookPeople! Learn more about Gina below... How long have you worked at BookPeople? … Continue reading Meet the Bookseller: Gina!

Meet the Bookseller: Charley!

Hey, friends! After months of... *waves around* other things that have come up, we are bringing back our Meet the Bookseller series so you can continue to get to know your local indie booksellers! Today, we're talking to BookPeople's General Manager, Charley. How long have you worked at BookPeople? C: My eight month anniversary was … Continue reading Meet the Bookseller: Charley!

Teen Thursday: Eugenia’s Most Anticipated!

Today, Eugenia shares four YA books releasing in September that she is really, really, really excited for-- and hopes you pre-order through bookpeople.com!  Why do pre-orders matter? Publishers prioritize a book's first week sales. Placing a pre-order for your favorite authors and anticipated reads ensures sales will be counted on the publication date and be … Continue reading Teen Thursday: Eugenia’s Most Anticipated!

BookKids: Fantasies That Go Beyond Harry Potter

Our Kids booksellers recommend exploring these fantastic titles that go beyond the world of Harry Potter... check out their favorites! Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia "My favorite new hero's journey! When Tristan Strong, wracked with grief and guilt over a friend's death, is tricked into destroying a bottle tree … Continue reading BookKids: Fantasies That Go Beyond Harry Potter

Elijah’s Ten Favorite Horror Stories

Horror will always be present in the world—therefore, an art of horror will always be necessary... Bookseller Elijah presents his ten favorite horror stories, available at bookpeople.com. Enjoy! In his Poetics, Aristotle famously says that a good tragedy should inspire “pity and fear.” Yet why should fear be a desirable effect of art? Aristotle explains … Continue reading Elijah’s Ten Favorite Horror Stories